Raspberry Pi, Raspian

Rapsberry Pi: Set up a Raspian base build with headless access

This post explains how I set up a “base build” of Raspian as a starting point for my Pi projects.

The idea is to have an image of Raspian configured for my environment with certain features, such VNC and folders shared with my PC. Hence when I start a new project (or get into a mess with something and want to start again) I can just copy my base build image to the SD card and I have a nice clean install of Raspian all set up the way I want in just a couple minutes.

The plan is to keep this post updated so I have a reference to what’s installed and configured on my base build.

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Pi Quick Ref, Raspberry Pi, Raspian, Windows 10

Rapsberry Pi: Mount a windows share as a Pi directory

This post describes how to set up a shared folder on your PC and then mount it as a directory on your Raspberry Pi. This is useful for projects that will be writing large files and you don’t want to risk filling up your SD card, for example when using the camera.

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